WRITING

Exhibition Preview: Tomorrow Has Passed Rachel K Gillies (2015)
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Are You Experienced? A Review Of Michael Parekowhai’s ‘On First Looking Into Chapman’s Homer’ At The 54th Venice Biennale, Palazzo Loredan Dell’ambasciatore, Venice, 4 June – 26 October 2011 Gillies, R. in “Scope: Contemporary Research Topics (Art & Design) #5 & 6”  (2011) pp. 194-195
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Review: Christian Marclay’s “The Clock” | 24hr art installation/film/clock… at the 54th Venice Biennale Gillies, R. (2011)
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Review: ‘StillMoving’ by Emily Hlavac-Green Gillies, R. (2011) Commissioned by the artist
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Digital Literacy in Art Gillies, R., Ballard, S. & Oliver, M. http://digitalliteracyinart.info (2010)
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Learning Art in the Digital Age in “ANZAAE [Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators] : Volume 20(2) 2010”, ISSN 1 175-6500. Gillies, R. & Ballard, S. (2010) pp.14-20
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Students Who Blog in “Scope: Contemporary Research Topics (Art & Design) #4 November 2009 (released 2010)” ISSN (for hardcopy version): 1177-5653; ISSN (for online version): 1177-5661. Gillies, R. (2009) pp. 153-158
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Intertidal: The Island Experience in “Old, New, Borrowed, Blue: 10 Years at the Blue Oyster”, Blue Oyster Art Project Space, ISBN 978-0-473-15590-2. Gillies, R., & McCaw, C. (2009) pp.40-45
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Dunedin Does Not Exist in “14th International Symposium on Electronic Art 2008 (ISEA2008 Pte Ltd), Proceedings of ISEA2008: The 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art” ISBN: 978-981-08-0768-9. [Conference Dates: 25 July – 3 August 2008] Gillies, R., & McCaw, C. (2008) pp. 340-342
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